Candidate

Reference Number: NA-8658044461

Feedlot Manager

Candidate Description:

This candidate has a passion for the cattle industry that will make him a great manager for feedlot and cattle positions. His professional business management experience combined with his cattle feeding, cow-calf, and grass management skills will ensure successful production and profitability. He has managed all aspects of feedlots with 30,000 head capacity. He has remodeled and expanded facilities to improve efficiencies while implementing environmental compliance programs and dramatically improving cattle performance. This candidate believes the key to successful cattle production is managing the business as well as the cattle. The budgeting of input costs, production costs, and capital expenditures is important in keeping profits high in the good years and keeping losses low in the lean years. His commodity, animal health product, and equipment purchasing experience will help control the important input costs involved on the operation and manage risk. As a Feedlot General Manager, he has participated in the management of a 12,000 acre farm, coordinated cooperation between the farming and feeding operations, facilitated commodity procurement and transportation, as well as managed annual 15,000 ton silage harvest. He planned and executed a major irrigation and dewatering project, oversaw harvest and construction projects and purchased and managed a custom manure spreading business. He has developed, restructured and even rebuilt management teams. He has restructured team assignments and responsibilities, developed detailed departmental reporting and communication systems and developed statistics based quality control programs. Most importantly he has produced and operated under financial budgets with great success. [/PublicDescription] [PublicDescription] This candidate has a passion for the cattle industry that will make him a great manager for feedlot and cattle positions. His professional business management experience combined with his cattle feeding, cow-calf, and grass management skills will ensure successful production and profitability. He has managed all aspects of feedlots with 30,000 head capacity. He has remodeled and expanded facilities to improve efficiencies while implementing environmental compliance programs and dramatically improving cattle performance. This candidate believes the key to successful cattle production is managing the business as well as the cattle. The budgeting of input costs, production costs, and capital expenditures is important in keeping profits high in the good years and keeping losses low in the lean years. His commodity, animal health product, and equipment purchasing experience will help control the important input costs involved on the operation and manage risk. As a Feedlot General Manager, he has participated in the management of a 12,000 acre farm, coordinated cooperation between the farming and feeding operations, facilitated commodity procurement and transportation, as well as managed annual 15,000 ton silage harvest. He planned and executed a major irrigation and dewatering project, oversaw harvest and construction projects and purchased and managed a custom manure spreading business. He has developed, restructured and even rebuilt management teams. He has restructured team assignments and responsibilities, developed detailed departmental reporting and communication systems and developed statistics based quality control programs. Most importantly he has produced and operated under financial budgets with great success.
Contact Info:

If you would like to consider this candidate for your position, please refer to their Reference Number and contact Eric Hansen at eric@hansenagriplacement.com or call 308-382-7351.

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